Diamonds are made under pressure
Learning has undergone unprecedented changes over the last two decades: advances in cognitive science, new learning approaches, generalization of technologies…
At the same time, the level of expectation towards L&D teams has been raised in order to:
- Better meet current needs and practices of employees (availability, mobility, personalized experience, diversity of uses and devices, personal development …)
- Making the most of multimodal architectures’ potential (individualization of learning, face-to-face/distance learning synergy, support of operational transfer, involvement of managers, 70:20:10…)
- Demonstrate the contribution from learning to the company’s results
Adding to that increasingly strong budget and time constraints (More with Less), learning professionals are facing a truly complex equation.